Low Self Esteem, Happiness, And Your Body

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The problem of low self-esteem is characterized by a lack of confidence and feeling worthless about oneself. There are a couple of factors that contribute to low self-worth, for instance; belief systems, trauma, society, and social media. Hence, due to these factors, people with low self-esteem tend to feel unlovable, awkward, or incompetent. Therefore, people with low self-esteem always see signs of rejection and disapproval, even when there isn’t any. If you do not work on your self-esteem level there can be adverse effects on your body.

1. Low self-esteem can cause anxiety and depression

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Depression, according to psychotherapy, refers to a state of mind producing a severe, long-term lowering of enjoyment of life or inability to visualize a happy future. Therefore, when you always think that you are not good enough, either mentally or physically, this self-inflicted negativity can cause you to develop anxiety and depression. When useful and depression combine, they can always cause dangerous damage to your body. However, talking about them with a professional will be helpful for you because you will learn to love and belief in yourself.

2. You can develop unhealthy habits, which can damage your overall health

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The other problem of low self-esteem is that whenever you feel unhappy with the way your body looks, you are likely to develop unhealthy habits. Such as changing your diet without meeting your body’s nutrient levels. Therefore, if you find yourself engaging in an unhealthy routine, it is time to figure out other ways to boost your confidence. Confidence will help you build a high level of self-esteem.

3. Your body can become weak and tired

When you are experiencing the problem of low self-esteem, your body tends to grow weak and tired more often. This is because, when negative thoughts embed themselves in your brain, they prevent you from doing something progressive and fun. Thus, both your body and mind become inactive. For instance, you tell yourself that you are not good enough to go out and have fun with friends, but rather sit at home. Such feelings and habits are not suitable for our general wellbeing.

4. Your brain becomes uninspired

The problem of low self-worth can make you stop doing things you love doing simply because you feel that you are not good enough to do them anymore. Lack of confidence in your abilities can make you uninspired; hence, you will notice that you no longer take part in your favorite pastimes and hobbies. Such incompetence significantly affects your mind, and within no time, you will find yourself always feeling uninspired.

5. You’re often angry at yourself and others

Experience low self-esteem for quite some time, depression maybe for years tends to bring anger and stress that can lead to heart complications in advanced levels. This is because; the problem of low self-worth can not only make you feel upset in yourself but also angry for not being who you wanted to be. Most importantly also is the fact that, when you are frustrated with yourself, you are most likely to get sulky with others.

From the above discussion, it is evident that pulling yourself out of the overcast of low self-worth is important. It takes a lot of work and personal effort which calls for patience, dedication and some form of training. You are advised to remind yourself that you are beautiful inside and out.

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